Rli presents advice: ‘Dutch logistics 2040: designed to last’
The Dutch Council for the Environment and Infrastructure (Rli) has presented its advice ‘Dutch logistics 2040: designed to last’. The council concludes that economic growth can be stimulated with a different logistics policy.
Because raw materials are increasingly sourced from waste streams the council advises the government to take advantage of the chances this offers. This can be done by making the Netherlands the circular hub of Europe, with the Port of Rotterdam as director. Policy aimed at clustering companies that use each other’s waste streams shortens the logistic chains and lowers operational costs (News Item Rli, 7 October 2013).
Click here for the news item (in Dutch).
Click here for the advice (2.43 MB, in Dutch).